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Navis TubeTex to improve global HQ & manufacturing facility
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Oct '10
Navis Tubetex, the leading global manufacturer of textile finishing machinery, has announced that a 15 year lease extension has been signed for its manufacturing and headquarters facility in Lexington, NC. Additionally, Navis Tubetex has announced that it will be performing major renovations to the facility.

In a statement, President and Chief Executive Officer Will Motchar noted “We are pleased to announce the long term commitment that we are making to North Carolina and Lexington in particular. We will continue to house our Global Headquarters and manufacturing operations at this facility”. Work will soon begin on completely renovating the office space along with improvements in the 90,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility.

Tube-Tex started out as a manufacturer of knit-based machinery, and from the very beginning has been a leading innovator in the textile industry. Over the years, this machinery has helped change the way fabrics are processed, dramatically improving appearance, feel, and performance while increasing efficiency and cutting production costs.

By adopting a more far-reaching vision, Tube-Tex has transformed again to Navis TubeTex. Navis TubeTex has emerged as a world-wide force in the design and manufacture of finishing machinery for knits and wovens, with a presence in more than 65 countries.

Navis TubeTex is a designer, manufacturer and developer of processing and finishing machinery and equipment for woven and knitted fabrics.

Navis TubeTex, Tubular Textile Machinery Inc

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